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Iyin O.

Leicester - Law (Bachelors)

I am a student at University of Leicester and I study Law. I have a great passion for supporting people and seeing them succeed.

£22-£27

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Iyin O.

Leicester - Law (Bachelors)

I am a student at University of Leicester and I study Law. I have a great passion for supporting people and seeing them succeed.

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Harleen K.

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Nottingham - Medicine (Bachelors)

Medical student that is excited to offer help for Alevel and below, I'm flexible so just let me know !

£37-£39

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41 reviews

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Harleen K.

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Nottingham - Medicine (Bachelors)

Medical student that is excited to offer help for Alevel and below, I'm flexible so just let me know !

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Utkarsh B.

Bath - Aerospace Engineering (Integrated Masters)

£22-£27

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Utkarsh B.

Bath - Aerospace Engineering (Integrated Masters)

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Assma I.

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Kings College London - Sports and Exercise Medicine (Bachelors)

Want top grades in a short amount of time? Look no further, please get in touch today to find out how i can help you reach your goals.

£47-£49

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18 reviews

289 lessons

Assma I.

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Kings College London - Sports and Exercise Medicine (Bachelors)

Want top grades in a short amount of time? Look no further, please get in touch today to find out how i can help you reach your goals.

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Niam R.

Sheffield - Aerospace Engineering (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm Niam,I study Aerospace Engineering at the University of Sheffield. I've always been fond of engineering as i was intrigued by the way things worked. I chose aerospace as it is a subject focused on the two things that fasinated me t...

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Niam R.

Sheffield - Aerospace Engineering (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm Niam,I study Aerospace Engineering at the University of Sheffield. I've always been fond of engineering as i was intrigued by the way things worked. I chose aerospace as it is a subject focused on the two things that fasinated me t...

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Amrit G.

Edinburgh - Psychology (Bsc with Hons) (Bachelors)

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Amrit G.

Edinburgh - Psychology (Bsc with Hons) (Bachelors)

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